BMW: Fuel cell electric drive trains could become our fourth pillar

BMW said fuel cell electric powertrains could become the fourth pillar in its portfolio.

The German car manufacturer shared a new video on Friday of its BMW i Hydrogen NEXT.

Based on the BMW X5, a rear-wheel drive luxury SUV, the i Hydrogen NEXT is an indication of how hydrogen technology can be integrated into existing vehicle models and, perhaps crucially, of BMW’s intent where hydrogen mobility is concerned.

BMW first revealed its BMW i Hydrogen NEXT car prior to the IAA Cars 2019 show in Frankfurt (Frankfurt Motor Show) and then promptly presented the model at the event the following day.

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